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[*] posted on 14-2-2020 at 21:30


Oliver's complexes is another one I don't think has been mentioned yet and I'm not sure if vibzzlab has put himself on this thread yet.

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[*] posted on 15-2-2020 at 18:53


Primordial soup and organoleptic are worth looking at.
Chemistry dog has a few vids that are good.

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[*] posted on 4-3-2020 at 11:52


Quote: Originally posted by TheMrbunGee  
Quote: Originally posted by j_sum1  
I just came across Chemical Force https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqONNjBkukcc2yXbmHL8niQ/vid...

Definitely not subtle. It is like chicken run with chemical bulldozers.
But it is an opportunity to see some reagents that most people would not get a chance to handle: which seems to be the goal of the channel.
(I could not find the rhenium heptoxide / hafnium thermite that he mentioned in one of his videos. I guess that turned out to be a bit expensive.)


Yea, I discovered this channel few days ago, really nice stuff there! Could not believe It has existed for a year. If youtube recommended video algorithm was working for my interests, I would have found it long ago.

Really recommend it.


Same thougths as both poster above.
He isnt as good as others when it comes to explaining what's going on in front of your eyes though.

Still, does anyone know if he's around ? He certainly is a Mad Scientist!




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[*] posted on 4-3-2020 at 19:41


You know, it might be worth an invitation to him to join SM.
When I get a clear bubble in the midst of my present chaos, I will contact him via YT and see what happens.
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[*] posted on 4-3-2020 at 22:27


I've extended a few invitations to ppl on twitter who post a lot of cool stuff some are on science madness and some have never even heard of it.one guy said he wasn't interested in joining after I told him about it I guess when u already have a popular YouTube and Twitter it's not so appealing.but yes definitely extend the invitation and see what happens.maybe he's really mario840 for all we know.
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[*] posted on 5-3-2020 at 02:49


Invitation sent.
Maybe he is mario840? Location and personality seem to match. I never thought of that.

Anyway, I know Chemical Force is well liked around here: especially amongst those who have dabbled in the curious art of YT videos and tried to make the whole thing work. CF really has done some remarkable things in terms of good close-in and slowmo shots of reactions. That is quite an accomplishment. I do hope he makes his presence known here.
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[*] posted on 5-3-2020 at 04:14


He is good! A bit more explanation would be nice, but he is definitely better than NileRed for example, at least more innovative.
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[*] posted on 5-3-2020 at 04:35


Quote: Originally posted by j_sum1  


Anyway, I know Chemical Force is well liked around here: especially amongst those who have dabbled in the curious art of YT videos and tried to make the whole thing work. CF really has done some remarkable things in terms of good close-in and slowmo shots of reactions. That is quite an accomplishment. I do hope he makes his presence known here.


After posting here I continued watching his videos.
He certainly has access to an impressive reagent list like Mario does. Decaborane seems almost trivial compared to hydrazine perchlorate (in his Ti vids!).

I'm certain about two things:
- I wouldnt want to be the one cleaning up after his experiments. He is not afraid of making a fiery or toxic mess.
- He must spend an awful lot of time preparing reagents & samples for his videos that are quite short.




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[*] posted on 5-3-2020 at 06:34


Quote: Originally posted by Herr Haber  
Quote: Originally posted by TheMrbunGee  
Quote: Originally posted by j_sum1  
I just came across Chemical Force https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqONNjBkukcc2yXbmHL8niQ/vid...

Definitely not subtle. It is like chicken run with chemical bulldozers.
But it is an opportunity to see some reagents that most people would not get a chance to handle: which seems to be the goal of the channel.
(I could not find the rhenium heptoxide / hafnium thermite that he mentioned in one of his videos. I guess that turned out to be a bit expensive.)


Yea, I discovered this channel few days ago, really nice stuff there! Could not believe It has existed for a year. If youtube recommended video algorithm was working for my interests, I would have found it long ago.

Really recommend it.


Same thougths as both poster above.
He isnt as good as others when it comes to explaining what's going on in front of your eyes though.

Still, does anyone know if he's around ? He certainly is a Mad Scientist!


I have been watching his channel for a few months now. When I first discovered it I thought "This is neat, but explosions get old fast" I was totally wrong, he doesn't just blow things up so-to-say, its like quoted, he shows us reactions many have only heard about, between chemicals most can't get.

Quote: Originally posted by Tsjerk  
He is good! A bit more explanation would be nice, but he is definitely better than NileRed for example, at least more innovative.


I like Nilered because he goes into detail about the reactions, but I agree Nilered is less innovative, though he has had a couple interesting videos as of lately, Carbonated water from diamonds, ethanol from toilet paper, uranium glass.

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[*] posted on 5-3-2020 at 18:49


Quote: Originally posted by Herr Haber  
Quote: Originally posted by j_sum1  


Anyway, I know Chemical Force is well liked around here: especially amongst those who have dabbled in the curious art of YT videos and tried to make the whole thing work. CF really has done some remarkable things in terms of good close-in and slowmo shots of reactions. That is quite an accomplishment. I do hope he makes his presence known here.


After posting here I continued watching his videos.
He certainly has access to an impressive reagent list like Mario does. Decaborane seems almost trivial compared to hydrazine perchlorate (in his Ti vids!).

I'm certain about two things:
- I wouldnt want to be the one cleaning up after his experiments. He is not afraid of making a fiery or toxic mess.
- He must spend an awful lot of time preparing reagents & samples for his videos that are quite short.



I doubt he prepares a lot of the reagents especially the rare ones (bbr3,socl2,ticl4)
As they all seem to come in there own very old looking bottles from different sources.
Some of his stuff looks like it could be old stock.
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[*] posted on 6-3-2020 at 04:21


Preparing as in setting up his experiments not synthesizing. But you are right.
In many experiments he uses liquid chlorine, bromine, oxygen. I highly doubt he records all his experiments with say liquid oxygen then edits the recording into several videos. I rather think he prepares those as needed.

If I were to make videos (as I have been planning for a long time) I would probably make many experiments in one video as he does and not go in depth as NileRed and others do.
I dont have that kind of patience or skills :)




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[*] posted on 6-3-2020 at 08:09


I always got the impression that Chemical Force has access to professional facilities and that the videos are a side gig... even more impressive if it's a ground-up operation!



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[*] posted on 18-3-2020 at 02:15


Chemplayer is down again on Youtube, very disappointing........
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[*] posted on 18-3-2020 at 02:25


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Chemplayer is down again on Youtube, very disappointing........


He was back on Youtube? I thought he was on Bitchute now?
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[*] posted on 18-3-2020 at 03:01


Quote: Originally posted by nzlostpass  
Quote: Originally posted by B(a)P  
Chemplayer is down again on Youtube, very disappointing........


He was back on Youtube? I thought he was on Bitchute now?


It was Chemplayer reupload
Lots of great material, sadly all gone......
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsJHe4uMbquncMpe1PiLa2A
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[*] posted on 18-3-2020 at 21:19


It's all still on bitchute
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[*] posted on 20-3-2020 at 18:41


That was 'Chemplayer Reupload' which was someone else reuploading our videos. YouTube appears to have taken them down as well though.

Note that we are quite happy with people re-posting the videos and had no problem with them - knowledge needs to be open-source.

Bitchute still going however...




Watch some vintage ChemPlayer: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/chemplayer/
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[*] posted on 24-3-2020 at 20:30


Backyard science 2000 just put out an excellent lithium video.dont think they've been mentioned here yet so check out there channel.its also got some potassium and phosphorus videos.
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[*] posted on 25-3-2020 at 18:00


Quote: Originally posted by draculic acid69  
A few channels I don't think have been mentioned yet:

The poor man's chemist
The gayest person on YouTube (this channel would probably be more popular with a name change)

[Edited on 14-2-2020 by draculic acid69]


I was just watching Poor Mans Chemists new video and somebody commented on how he needed more followers I agree. So I came here to see if he had been mentioned. He likes to do stuff not done elsewhere.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKXc6fU1phJRhgV3Zuj0chg
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[*] posted on 28-3-2020 at 20:39


Walter Wipe. Genius!
https://youtu.be/xyIzhRvtIJ0
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[*] posted on 10-5-2020 at 22:36


Perry Gershin good videos about wood stuff
SomeAustrianGuy, has good videos
Ilusys Systems, has a good castner cell video
And most interesting is a video that anyone who makes anhydrous ammonia would want to see.using bariumOH and nh4cl an ENDOTHERMIC rxn occurs instead of an exothermic one.it gets down to -24'c in the mixing vessel.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=w_PUydkKKoQ
the nh3 is halfway to being condensed by the time it's evolved.amazing.

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[*] posted on 22-5-2020 at 18:33


Just found this: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0OhWEDtIQ2M
Good video and good quality.hope there's more to come.
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